The Big Update On Mohammed Shami’s Fitness During IPL 2024

Sangeeta Viswas
1 month ago

IPL 2024: The Big update on Mohammed Shami’s fitness during IPL. Mohammed Shami was the highest wicket-taker in the ODI World Cup 2023 played on Indian soil. But after the World Cup, Shami could not return to the field.

Shami Has Been Away From Cricket For Some Time Due To Injury:-

Actually, due to injury, Shami has been away from cricket for some time. He had a heel injury and he played the World Cup with this injury.

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However, Shami had undergone surgery on 26 February and now a big update has come out on his fitness during IPL 2024.

Latest Fitness Update And When Can Shami Return To The Field?

He could not play IPL due to injury. So let us know what his latest fitness update says and when can Shami return to the field.

Actually till now Shami was on bed rest, but now he shared a picture on social media, in which he is seen standing on his feet with support, during this he is wearing shorts and yellow T-shirt.

Captioning the picture, the Indian fast bowler wrote, “Back on track and hungry for success. The path may be difficult, but the destination is worthwhile.”

The Big Update On Mohammed Shami’s Fitness During IPL 2024

Will Be Out Of This Season Of The Indian Premier League:-

So let us tell you that the Board of Control for Cricket in India while giving an update on Shami before the start of IPL 2024, had said that he will be out of this season of the Indian Premier League.

Apart from this, the board had also made it clear that Indian pacers will not be able to participate in the T20 World Cup 2024 to be played in June.

At the same time, no official information has been revealed yet regarding when he will return to the field.

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After being out of the first four matches of the World Cup, Shami was made a part of Team India from the fifth match, after which he played a total of 7 matches in the tournament. In 7 matches, the Indian pacer took 24 wickets at an average of 10.70, in which his best was 7/57.

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